Aaron Covington leads the march from within, leading the chants and sprinting to the front to halt the column every nine blocks for the nine minutes George Floyd suffered. Despite the divisiveness of the issues at hand, these march leaders made every participant feel welcome and took pains to assure law enforcement along their path that there would be no hostilities.
On June 6, 2020, Aaron Covington and his team led a march from the Lincoln Memorial through the streets of Washington to the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial. Every nine blocks the march was halted and asked to take a knee for nine minutes, sometimes to tell personal stories of growing up black in America, others to simply count the time in silence, marking the length of time George Floyd had a police knee on his neck.
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